Mandy Patinkin

CelebritiesPosted by
Us Weekly

Mandy Patinkin and Wife Kathryn Grody Attempt to Explain Who Bennifer Is — and Fail Miserably

Almost got it! Mandy Patinkin and wife Kathryn Grody were put to the test, and when it came to one of the most talked-about couples in the world, they couldn’t get it down!. When asked who “Bennifer” is — the couple name given to Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez in the early 2000s when they began dating — Grody, 74, said, “I know that. It’s Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston.”
Picture for Mandy Patinkin and Wife Kathryn Grody Attempt to Explain Who Bennifer Is — and Fail Miserably

'Criminal Minds' Alum Mandy Patinkin Delightfully Fails This 'Batman' Quiz

Mandy Patinkin doesn't have to prove anything after over four decades in the business, but his and Kathryn Grody's son Gideon continues to have fun testing his parents in the hilarious videos they have published in the past year. In their latest video, Gideon quizzed Patinkin and Grody about Batman, asking them to name five actors who played the Caped Crusader. Hilariously, both of them failed. But when you're Inigo Montoya, you've already passed every test.
Picture for 'Criminal Minds' Alum Mandy Patinkin Delightfully Fails This 'Batman' Quiz

Mandy Patinkin Can’t Name a Single Batman, Nor Should He Have To

Welcome back to another edition of, “Mandy Patinkin: What Does He Know? Does He Know Things? Let’s Find Out!” In our previous installment, Patinkin didn’t recognize the Friends theme song. Now riddle me this, Batman(dy): Can Patinkin, with the help of his wife, Kathryn Grody, name a single actor who has ever played Batman, in anything? This isn’t a speed round, mind you. Patinkin can take all the time he needs. But as was made clear in a video posted to his Twitter account today, America’s Dad needn’t concern himself with such trivial matters. Here is a list of everyone Patinkin and Grody guess for four hilarious minutes before they finally land on a Batman:

The Good Fight season 5 trailer: Mandy Patinkin front and center!

Season 5 is going to be arriving on Paramount+ come June 24, and all signs suggest some great stuff is ahead! For evidence, why not take a look at the newly-released trailer below?. It’s almost crazy to watch this while looking back at The Good Wife beforehand. After all, it...

With Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Sunday in the Park with George opened at the Booth Theatre May 2, 1984. The production, starring Tony Award winners Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters, played 35 previews and 604 performances before closing on October 13, 1985. The musical was nominated for 10 Tony Awards, including Best Actor and Actress nominations for Patinkin and Peters.
CelebritiesPosted by
Daily Mail

Mandy Patinkin breaks down in tears as he discovers his relatives died in a Nazi concentration camp – having always thought he was not related to Holocaust victims

Jewish actor Mandy Patinkin broke down in tears on television after learning some of his relatives were killed in the Holocaust. The revelation came as part of an episode of the PBS celebrity genealogy show 'Finding Your Roots' which will air on Tuesday night. In it, presenters prove to Patinkin...

Mandy Patinkin Breaks Down as He Learns His Relatives Died in the Holocaust

Mandy Patinkin is a deeply Jewish actor. He has played many roles that lean into his heritage, from Yentl’s Avigdor to Saul Berenson in Homeland. And yet, as someone whose profession, an actor, is to imagine, he told Henry Louis Gates in an upcoming episode of the geneaology show Finding Your Roots that one aspect of Jewish history — the Holocaust — is something “he has never been able to get a hold of.”

WATCH: Mandy Patinkin Likens

In the April 27 Season 7 premiere of PBS’ Finding Your Roots, Tony winner Mandy Patinkin explores his heritage, comparing the experience to his favorite line from Carousel. Check out an exclusive clip from the episode above. “As long as there’s one person on earth who remembers you, it isn’t...

Spotlights Ancestry of Audra McDonald and Mandy Patinkin April 27

PBS' Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates, Jr. focuses its attention on two Tony Award winners April 27. The host investigates the family histories of Broadway favorites Audra McDonald and Mandy Patinkin, discovering the ancestors whose struggles laid the groundwork for their success. The episode from the seventh season...
Theater & DancePlaybill

Audra McDonald, Chita Rivera, Mandy Patinkin, More Celebrate

A streaming version of the Off-Broadway hit The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!) is presented April 18 at 7 PM ET to benefit The York Theatre Company, which was severely damaged by a water main break in January. Directed by Tom D’Angora and Michael D’Angora, with music direction and arrangements...